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Democracy Now! Monday 3 May 2004


Published May 3, 2004
Topics Democracy Now


* Headlines for May 3, 2004
* Seymour Hersh: U.S. Knew of Rampant Abuse in Iraqi Prisons Months Ago
* Stadium of Death: Fallujah Residents Bury Their Dead In Aftermath of Bloody U.S. Siege
* Winona LaDuke On Native American Activists Throughout History


Source Radio/Television broadcast
Run time 59 minutes
Label / Recorded by Dn Studios

Reviews

Reviewer: Dan J. - - June 4, 2004
Subject: Headlines for May 3, 2004
Seymour Hersh: U.S. Knew of Rampant Abuse in Iraqi Prisons Months Ago
Stadium of Death: Fallujah Residents Bury Their Dead In Aftermath of Bloody U.S. Siege
Winona LaDuke On Native American Activists Throughout History
Reviewer: __lee__ - - May 10, 2004
Subject: replaced recording
I replaced this recording with the real one. The version which was here before was an outdated show that was broadcast due to technical dificulties.

-lee
Reviewer: Ferrera - - May 5, 2004
Subject: It's Fine
Aside from some odd stuff in the first 30 second or so, and some static throughout the program the show's fine. Very interesting and disturbing stuff about torture of Iraqi POW's. Really worth listening to, static or not.
Reviewer: Marito - - May 3, 2004
Subject: Very noisy copy
This copy is extremely noisy, I have downloaded the show in wav, mp3 and ogg formats. It starts with music that breaks randomly and continues with the show with a permanent noise.
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